What's on in Bega, NSW
The rural and holiday township of Bega, established in the Sapphire Coast Region of Southern New South Wales is located about 425 km south of Sydney and just 15 km inland from the beachside township of Tathra. The major business focus of Bega and the surrounding district is a dairying and forestry. The township is located in the heart of the rich, prosperous and fertile Bega Valley where the Bega River and Brogo River meet. The extensive timber plantations in the Brogo Ranges are located to the west of the fertile river floodplain pastures that extend along the river banks eastwards to the ocean. Bega is an appealing, historic village with a rich heritage, a thriving community that is proud of its boutique of dairying industry, its world famous cheeses. Bega Cheese has become well known throughout
Australia and world-wide. The famous Bega Cheese Heritage Centre is a great place to visit to discover how cheese is made and the reason why the local cheeses have such a unique flavour. The museum is based in a good reproduction of the original milk and cheese factory.The stunning and picturesque coastal delights of Mimosa Rocks National Park is close by along with the charming beach holiday township of Tathra. You can enjoy # swimming in a tranquil rock pool at Mumbulla Creek Falls, # having a picnic or BBQ on the river bank, # taking a stroll round the township's historic features and # discovering the numerous antique, furniture, wood craft, home wares and gift stores dotted around the town centre. There are also a number of very old Aboriginal middens, stunning views and delightful
bush walking trails at the Mimosa National Park. There area a range of entertainment options in Bega, Tathra and Eden.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities